More Ludacris Rock Remixes Available

By: Kendall | in: Music | 11 Comments


Looks like Sony Producer Igloo is still at it.  Last we mentioned we had a track available.  Now there are 4.  In the humble opinion of this writer, they are even better than the original.  He’s been getting a little attention for this, and it’s well deserved… completely original rock tracks underneath Ludacris’s rhymes brings a whole new deminsion to the music.  The first two are  stronger, but Start Button makes us chuckle a bit.

Do It for Hip Hop

One More Drink

Start Button

Stay Together

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Posted on January 12, 2010

OK Let’s GO.

By: Rustycat | in: Music | 2 Comments


OK GO are set to release their upcoming 2010 Of The Blue Colour Of The Sky out on January 12th, next week. I remember when they released the awesome treadmill video from the 2005 Oh No album. I knew then we were set to see more innovative videos from them in the future.

So here’s a new one for you, an amazing video for the song WTF?

Did I mention Dave Fridmann (Flaming Lips, MGMT) is the producer of the new album?! What are you waiting for, it’s on sale for pre-order on Amazon, go grab it.

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Posted on January 8, 2010

Kendall’s Favorite Christmas Videos

By: Kendall | in: Music | Leave a Comment

Christmas Time in Hollis - Run DMC

All I want for Christmas is You - Mariah Carey (can I get beat up for this?)

Little Drummer Boy - David Bowie and Bing Crosby (So weird but…GOOD)

Santa Clause is Coming to Town - Bruce Springsteen

Christmas Song - Nat King Cole

Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer - Dr. Elmo

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Posted on December 24, 2009

Top Albums of 2009

By: Charbarred | in: Music | 4 Comments

Don’t get too hung up on the numbers. They’re all excellent albums.

15. Son Volt  - American Central Dust
Classic Americana. Beautiful songwriting.

14. Blakroc - Blakroc
We don’t get enough real music in hip hop these days. Hope this trend continues.

13. Atlas Sound - Logos
Proving that not all bedroom albums are messy and half baked. A great headphones album.

12. Neko Case - Middle Cyclone
Neko Case ups the ante with a bigger production that works well.

11. The Most Serene Republic - …And the Ever Expanding Universe
Challenging, complex and beautiful.

10. Sonic Youth - The Eternal
The Youth get their groove back with Pavement’s Mark Ibold on bass. (Damn you Apple, I almost wrote iBold)

9. The Whitest Boy Alive - Rules
Makes you feel like you’re in the same room with these guys.

8. Cursive - Mama, I’m Swollen
Cursive takes a mellower approach. Not their best, but much better than most.

7. I Heart Hiroshima – The Rip
Simple raw emotion. You don’t get many bands like this these days.

6. Au Revoir Simone - Still Night, Still Light
What can I say…so so sweet!

5. Wilco - Wilco (The Album)
Another masterpiece from Jeff Tweedy and co.

4. Metric - Fantasies
Mixing perfect pop with integrity.

3. Built To Spill-There Is No Enemy
The songs are great…but as usual, it’s the guitars that really elevate this album.

2. Andrew Bird - Noble Beast
Feels like this guy has saved all his best songs for this album.

1. Dirty Projectors - Bitte Orca
Convoluted, weird and amazing. A great achievement.

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Posted on December 23, 2009

Homeless Creep

By: Kendall | in: Music | 15 Comments

Bouncing around on Stumble Upon I came across this video.  Satellite radio always puts some good original material up.  Opie andAnthony had this homeless guy come in to sing some lousy bumpers, only to discover the guy can actually sing.  This is one of the most interesting and heart touching covers I’ve heard in a while.  Enjoy!

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Posted on December 22, 2009
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